Zenos Frudakis invites us to his studio in Glenside, Pa. Suzanne takes a trip to Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa. Mindy Scheier introduces us to "adaptable clothing" for the disabled population.
Tattoo artist Vinnie Myers helps breast cancer survivors feel complete again. Melinda Kremer explains how American Dance Wheels teaches people with wheelchairs how to ballroom dance. Suzanne meets competitive ballroom dancer Tao Porchon-Lynch.
Ed Rendell talks about his ongoing battle with Parkinson disease; Dr. Carl Helvie reflects on how he became the world's longest living lung cancer survivor; and Suzanne meets blind sculptor Kathy Faul.
Ralph Muller discusses advancements happening in the healthcare industry and at Penn Medicine. Suzanne tours the grounds of Stoneleigh; and Barbara Chandler Allen explains how Fresh Artists is empowering young lives through art.
Mark Segal talks about LGBT senior housing; Suzanne meets the men behind some famous puppets and props at Monkey Boys Production; Master pilot Frank Fine meets Suzanne to discuss his experiences up in the air.
Suzanne tours Bartram's Garden, Howard Nathan explains how the Gift of Life House is "home away from home" for transplant patients and their families, and the show meets the art restoration team behind the LOVE sculpture's new look.
Suzanne explores an organ donation program giving people a new chance at life. Chef Thomas cooks up classic dishes with diabetic-friendly twists. We learn to be present as Suzanne explores the practice of mindfulness.
La Colombe founder and CEO, Todd Carmichael, shares what makes his cafes and coffee special. Suzanne heads to the Mummer Museum to learn about the history behind the famous strut down Broad Street. Jack Bogle talks about Vanguard and financial investing.
Featured: Avery Marz, a survivor of a pediatric stroke; 6-year-old Elise Bonsky, who raises awareness as she continues her fight against Leukodystrophy; and Dr. Adam Resnick explains patient Gianna Parsekian's impact on pediatric brain tumor treatments.
Marciarose Shestack and Trudy Haynes, two pioneers who paved the way for women and minorities in TV; learn about how Rebuilding Together Philadelphia is revitalizing the surrounding community; and Suzanne takes center stage for Philly Senior Stage.
Ann Roth discusses her career creating wardrobes for films and Broadway; Judith Sachs teaches that there's no such thing as two left feet; and Charley Scalies and Babs Winn discuss why they began acting later in life.
Zenos Frudakis invites us to his studio in Glenside, Pa.; Suzanne takes a trip to the beautiful Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa. Mindy Scheier introduces us to "adaptable clothing" for the differently-abled population.
The W Connection offers resources to widows rebuilding their lives; Suzanne discovers a free house cleaning service for women undergoing cancer treatment; pharmaceuticals, move over for a new prescription: farm-fresh foods.
Suzanne meets Dr. Richard Rothman, 80-year-old surgeon and founder of the Rothman Institute; Judith Sachs invites us to her dance class, where we learn that anyone can dance; the Spitz's welcome us to explore their ceramics studio.
Dana Donofree shows off her lingerie line, made for women living life after a mastectomy. Debra Rapoport teaches us how she makes her wacky hats. Mary Aldworth tells us about her talented band of seniors, "The Grateful Alive."
Suzanne meets two patients whose lives have been changed by two different and successful surgeries; art therapist Mindy Jacobson-Levy explains the mental and physical health benefits of coloring as an adult.
Dr. Timothy Fox discusses issues with ageism; Geri Brin, creator of FabOverFifty.com, teaches us how to NOT dress our age; Bill Haley and His Comets drummer, Dick Richards, stops by to "rock around the clock."